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Gina Jacklin

Nathan Phillips Square
Booth 119
My work seeks to unveil the beauty of life unseen from a scientific perspective that, together with a Christ-centred understanding of reality, strives to convey that life in all its biological forms, has been thoughtfully and purposefully designed. When magnified through a microscope, our seemingly mundane world is transformed into a magical landscape, teeming with beauty and the strokes of pure genius that allude to the handiwork of a Grand Designer.

Often using micrographs as my reference material, my work offers a window into this mysterious and microscopic dimension, connecting viewers with the beauty, awe and wonder of creation, and sparking a sense of joy and wonder in the hearts and minds of those seeking a different perspective. Created with everyday, found and discarded objects, my artwork also seeks to challenge notions of purpose and value.

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